Archive for December, 2018

Teaming Up:Celtics and SNHU Unveil New Technology Lab Recently at the Madeline English School

December 7, 2018
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Teaming Up:Celtics and SNHU Unveil New Technology Lab Recently at the Madeline English School

The Boston Celtics and Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) teamed up to unveil a new technology lab at Madeline English School in Everett, on November 28. During the opening, Celtics player Robert Williams III and SNHU staff guided students through coding and robotics activities, using the new technology. “This new lab is going to...
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On Edge:Businesses at Breaking Point Amidst Casino, Road Construction

December 7, 2018
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Rob DeFronzo grew up down the Line, and while the casino project has changed everything about his childhood neighborhood there, it’s not nostalgia that has him at the end of his rope these days. After 18 years in business on Rover Street in the Lower Broadway neighborhood, DeFronzo said it’s the crazy construction schedule...
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Engine 2 Ready to Come Home to Hancock Street

December 7, 2018
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The City is getting ready to re-open the historic Hancock Fire Station this Saturday, Dec. 8, but with a $3.5 million facelift to tidy up the old fire house. “This is a great example of the City’s capital improvement plan at work for us in the fire service,” said Chief Tony Carli this week...
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Pope John Tigers Fall Short to St Bernard’s, 46-35, in Super Bowl

December 7, 2018
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One of the greatest seasons in Pope John XXIII High School sports history came to an end at Gillette Stadium Saturday as the Tigers fell to St. Bernard’s, 46-35, in the Division 8 Super Bowl. It was an offensive extravaganza from start to finish as Coach Paul Sobolewski’s Tigers (12-1) displayed the firepower that...
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Everett Historical Survey Uncovers Treasures of the Past

December 7, 2018
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There are no shortage of historic homes in Everett – homes and buildings with a glorious history – but it’s a history lost on almost everyone living in the city. Everett is one of the more unique Greater Boston cities with a Colonial past that has been virtually lost to time, but over the...
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Looking at the News:Council President Jockeying Underway

December 7, 2018
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The duties of Council President have been hotly contested over the last several years, and though it’s usually a thankless job, everyone seems to want it come December. That’s been the case the last several weeks as councilors have begun to amass commitments regarding who will succeed current President Peter Napolitano. So far a...
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Encore Boston Harbor Commits $10 Million to Greater Boston Social, Civic Institutions

December 7, 2018
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Encore Boston Harbor is committing $10 million over the next four years to support a wide range of social programs and civic institutions that will help those in need and improve the lives of residents in local communities, the company announced on Tuesday – also known as Giving Tuesday. To assist in managing funds...
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Mayor DeMaria says Mohegan Sun Would Not Be Welcome in Everett

December 7, 2018
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria said if Wynn Resorts were ever stripped of its license due to the stalled, but ongoing, investigation into the company’s suitability, Mohegan Sun would not be a welcome suitor for him. The topic came into the public sphere due to a Boston Herald report last weekend. In that report, Mohegan Sun...
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Enjoy the Holidays — Safely

December 7, 2018
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With the Christmas season in full swing, there will be the usual office, family, and neighborhood parties for all of us to partake and enjoy. By no means do we wish to cast negative thoughts or to be party-Scrooges, but we would be remiss if we did not remind all of our readers to...
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Enjoy the Holiday Season

December 7, 2018
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This is a wonderful time of the year, to paraphrase the song, with holiday music playing in the malls and on our car radios, resurrecting our earliest childhood memories — even for the younger set — of Christmases-past. We choose just the right tree, decorate it carefully with our family-heirloom ornaments, and when we...
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